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WebiMax Founder & CEO Kenneth C. Wisnefski
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  1.  

    A good start

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    Pros

    I credit this company as a good starting off point. You learn a lot in a fast-paced world of SEO. Great people work here.

    Cons

    It appears this company had too much success too quickly, which created quite rebound/shrinkage period. Cut back in benefits, pay, etc.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay your talent. Else they're always going to find something better.

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    WebiMax Response

    Mar 11, 2014PR Manager

    Dear current WebiMax employee,

    Marketing, especially SEO, is definitely fast-paced, so we’re happy to hear that you are taking advantage of the agency lifestyle. We pride ourselves on having
    ... More

  2. 1 person found this helpful  

    Okay work environment, poor pay, awful service

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Mount Laurel, NJ
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Mount Laurel, NJ

    Pros

    As the first real full time job I had, it was a pretty good starting point. It was decently low pressure, PTO was easy to get approved, and my co-workers were all young like me, so the environment was pretty great. There appeared to be a lot of room for advancement (see below). There were also a lot of breaks, which was very helpful whenever I would be working on a particularly difficult project and need a cigarette.

    Cons

    While it appeared to be a lot of room for advancement, it was a facade. I wasn't being paid too well, and it seemed as though there was something blocking me from getting a promotion. All I could see in my way was a manager's attention toward some of the more attractive employees. I'm not saying anything inappropriate was occurring, but there did seem to be a large favoritism that was based on how much attention key players received rather than the work being performed. I also didn't appreciate being asked to give a review online of my experience working there that was "honest but makes us look good." While I totally understand that there were a lot of disgruntled former employees that had been fired flaming the company, much like any other company, I felt deeply uncomfortable with being asked to do that. I later went on to work at a different SEO company. I was given more reasonable duties, better pay and felt my work was recognized, unlike at this company. I also don't like that I was often told to only do a certain amount of work for the clients based on what they paid the company rather than caring what results they received. If they continue to run their company in this manner, they will lose all of their clients. No company wants to pay for new to the scene inbound marketers with no SEO experience to figure out what doesn't work; they want to pay for the results the sales team promised them.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Treat your employees better. Looking over shoulders to catch them doing something wrong stunts creativity. I would also treat your clients better. When they pay for links, don't stop after an hour because it's "what they paid for." Stop when they get the RESULTS they paid for. It may also help to find managers that work directly with lower employees that work well with others and are more knowledgeable in the field rather than worked at the company a certain amount of time. Also, please listen to employees when they complain, especially when several in a row complain about the same thing. It's not a conspiracy; it's a problem.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    WebiMax Response

    Feb 25, 2014PR Manager

    Dear former WebiMax employee,

    Thank you for taking the time to review WebiMax on Glassdoor. We pride ourselves on having a fun and casual work environment. At the same time, we have very high
    ... More

  3.  

    Great place to work but underpaid

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    Former Employee - SEO Developer  in  Mount Laurel, NJ
    Former Employee - SEO Developer in Mount Laurel, NJ

    Pros

    Great atmosphere work place. I worked with very talented people and every day was different. Lots of clients and tasks to be completed. Paid vacations and lunch time. Very good people.

    Cons

    Low salary. Expensive healthcare and no sick days.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Improve the communication between departments.

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
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  5. 2 people found this helpful  

    Awesome place to work for a recent college grad...

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Mount Laurel, NJ
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Mount Laurel, NJ

    Pros

    Employees are diverse, and the attitudes are super positive and friendly. Very casual, and not too stuck up. They train the less experienced, and give everyone a chance. They are open to teaching those who want to learn about the industry. This is where you begin to gain experience especially if you have never held a job. The owner of the company is a nice person, and doesn't put himself above the rest of the employees. The one place where you can speak directly to the owner.

    Cons

    If you have been in the workforce for a while, with experience, this is not where you want to be. You can expect to be compensated as an entry level employee regardless of your background. This more of a job and not a really much of a forever career. Promotions are not based on your performance, but on the need to fill positions, and favoritism; they will give a supervisor position to anyone, except to those who have experience and proven experience. Pay raises are often promised, but not delivered, and if you do get a raise, its not much. Many employees hold a second part-time job, because depending on the position you do not make enough for this to be your only job. Its disappointing considering the industry the company is in.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Compensation should be more competitive, and a solid pay scale needs to be established. A commission is not a bonus.

  6. 2 people found this helpful  

    Identify a niche and stick with it.

    • Comp & Benefits
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    Pros

    Casual dress, friendly atmosphere, flexible hours.

    Cons

    Poor leadership, no cohesive business plan, inmates run the asylum while management is largely absent.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Become involved. Don't trust subordinates with little to no professional experience to lead and innovate. Identify something the company is good at and stick to it. Stop trying to do too many things.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

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